Chip industry set to boom this year  
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Driven by AI development with TSMC Wei ahead

TSMC new supremo C C Wei has reaffirmed expectations for artificial intelligence (AI) development to drive this year's industry recovery.

TSMC is on track for 2nm in 2025
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Tame Apple Press rejoices

TSMC claims it is on track to build its 2nm node, the firm’s VP of Process Development, Zhang Xiaogang, said.

Intel plans huge plant in Ireland
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Not sure it will go through at all, at all

Chipzilla is in advanced talks for a deal with Apollo Global Management in which the equity firm would provide more than $11 billion to build a facility in Ireland.

TSMC takings up 60 per cent
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Thanks to AI

TSMC has announced that their April takings have shot up nearly 60 per cent compared to last year, thanks to a massive demand for the top-notch semiconductors that are all the rage in AI gadgets.

TSMC is rehiring
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27 March 2024

TSMC is rehiring


The company wants to make 90 per cent of the world’s advanced chips

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company is rehiring staff after making a smashing re-entry into the top 10 most valuable companies.

TSMC rushing to get smaller
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New 1nm chip factory to beat Intel and Samsung

TSMC has just made the chip race a bit more exciting as the company has become the world's first foundry to prepare for 1nm production.

TSMC blunder could let Intel win the chip war
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Generational mistake

TSMC could be about to make a mistake, costing it victory over a resurgent Intel.

Race is on for 2nm processing
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Samsung sets 2025 for 2nm and 2027 for 1.4nm

The big foundries are starting to gear up for 2nm processing.

Intel will issue five upgrades to process over four years
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We are on track

US chip group Intel is on track to deliver five upgrades to its advanced manufacturing process in four years, CEO Pat [kicking] Gelsinger said.

TSMC’s profits fall
Published in PC Hardware
19 October 2023

TSMC’s profits fall


Sees a better future due to AI

Taiwan's TSMC said profit fell by a quarter in the third-quarter but said demand was picking up for its advanced semiconductors needed for cutting-edge AI applications.